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Oliver S. tum Suden


Mr. tum Suden is an associate in the Atlanta office of Johnson Fistel. Prior to joining Johnson Fistel, Mr. tum Suden served as Assistant Attorney General in the Commercial Transactions and Litigation Division of the Georgia Office of the Attorney General, where he prosecuted and defended breach of contract actions, contested asset valuations, and represented beneficiaries in the merger and acquisition of charities and nonprofit institutions.

Mr. tum Suden is a graduate of the University of Georgia School of Law. During law school, Mr. tum Suden was an Honors Clerk at the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission in the Enforcement Division’s Complex Financial Instruments Unit, focusing on fraud in connection with sophisticated financial instruments. While at the SEC, Mr. tum Suden investigated an insider trading ring and built a successful case against a hedge fund manager for misrepresenting assets.

Areas of Practice: Mr. tum Suden focuses his practice on complex commercial litigation, including securities class actions and shareholder derivative actions.
Professional Qualifications: Mr. tum Suden was admitted to the State Bar of Georgia in 2018 and is currently admitted in good standing with the following courts:

  • All State and Superior Courts of Georgia
  • The Georgia Court of Appeals
  • The Georgia Supreme Court

Educations and Awards: Mr. tum Suden graduated in 2018 from the University of Georgia School of Law, where he was in the top half of his class, he served as Notes Editor on the Journal of Intellectual Property, President of the Asian Law Students Association, member of Phi Alpha Delta A.H. Stephens Chapter, and Hearing Officer on the Honor Court. He received an award for his outstanding contributions to the Journal of Intellectual Property. Mr. tum Suden graduated cum laude from West Virginia University with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration.

Community and Volunteer Activities: Mr. tum Suden is an active member of the Georgia Asian Pacific American Bar Association and University of Georgia Mentor program.